GeIL EpicGear Reveal DeziMator Gaming Keyboard

/ 3 years ago


GeIL’s EpicGear sub-division has just unveiled its latest gaming keyboard. The DeziMator is a mechanical gaming keyboard with a rather bold looking design. This new keyboard comes with a choice of either Cherry MX Brown switches or Cherry MX Red switches. Additionally the DeziMator has individually backlit keys and 5 fully programmable macro buttons. Using the provided software you can create up to 10 gaming profiles.geil_epicgear_dezimator_2

The wrist rest is reportedly made of an anti-slip composite to assist with long duration gaming sessions. The entire product is made from 70% aluminium to assist with structural rigidity.

Product Specification:

  • Product Name: DeziMator

  • Model Number: EGKBDM1-OB

  • 109 full-mechanical key switches, Cherry MX Red or Brown

  • Extreme anti-ghosting

  • N-key rollover (NKRO): 20 Keys

  • 5 programmable macro keys with backlit: M1~M5

  • 10 color-matched “Warzone” keys with backlit: WASD + Numeric 1-6

  • Backlit & lighting options: FPS-focused mode: WASD + 6 Numeric hot keys illumination, RTS-focused mode: Macro keys illumination, Full Illumination mode: Warzone + Macro, 15 keys illumination ,Twilight mode: Underbody lighting on only and Blackout mode: All backlights + Underbody LED lighting off.

  • 1000Hz Extreme-polling, adjustable 125/250/500/1000Hz

  • Gaming mode option for deactivation of the Windows key

  • 10 customizable profiles

  • Multi-media controls

  • Soft wrist-rest cushion wrapped in anti-slip composite cloth

  • Gaming-grade braided cable

  • Earphone-out & Microphone-in Jacks

  • 2 USB full speed port

  • Connection Type: USB

  • Dimension: 524.5mm x 240mm x 57mm

  • Weight: 1.9 kg

  • Key-cap language versions: English, German, Traditional Chinese and other versions TBA

  • 2 year warranty

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  • Arul

    Looks awesome! 😀

  • Wayne

    Catchy styling (not for me) and catchy name (that is for me). Pity about the choice of switches (not for me). Sounds like it’s decent quality though (that is for me).